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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 August 1931

..M+• j" •'MjK.Mf w«y. GOOD MORNING—There seems to be no depression on revolutions although a revolution is sometimes depressing to the soldiers dodging the missiles. ■M II m m iV • I ill ii t MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAILY NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texai; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 212. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1931. (8 Paget) PRICE FIVE CENTS I 1 m m M HUNDREDS SLAIN IN CUBAN WAR PLAN AUCTION FOR VISITOR'S DAY FORECAST $1 OIL" POSTING TODAY LOVE WINS OVER BIG FORTUNE 4* I m m k'mn m T^IC/Q^SuPGITY r4yO-&H* How times do change. Sterling has to rail out the National Guard —a whole thousand of 'em—with airplanes to shut down an oil field. Shades of oldtlme Rang- ers! • ♦ * Don't turn-up your nose at tur- nips. We need more vegetables on Pampa tables, especially those of the Jobless. * * * We laugh and rave at bolshev- ism and the Sov...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 August 1931

tAGE TWO TAMPA f.tC.INlNG POST FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1931., ROM 1 J % bin* p:«.t Solution of Yaatarday'a Puula M. >rm«r uni- cjuijgjq aaaaa □LiHiiau □□□□□□ uao aaoaan an SLi aaaa □□□ □□□□□□□ HHHH HMOHHU □□□□ unaa □□□□ [!□□□□□ cician nnaaaoaQ HPID IKOtJQ □□ □□ uaaaaa □□□ □naaan uaanLiri □□no£j aQauu I!. HmtMUcal 14. Jffh tip. u. TM Mt ST. Sorter M JO. t'olor Si. Ksple-t* 14. Drlv* *M SI. IJk*lr „ 37. Tltl* of *d« <Sr** !!: Sifffi5" " 41. Seif 4t. y*i . 4*. AC tool 41. J* DIANA DANE ■wil Am ADpii d tm a. * ni«M oar* The Worst Sufferer by Don Flowers ner 41. MIMI T . Flush e« with success LgrlBf at Iki lJift of mountains ■Ufa of th* Union: abbr. Caudal ipi . pandafle " Mfnut* parti- W* Mad* ir" at Addition to a bttlldlnc French annuity Requirement* Aeriform fluid Borders DOWN 1. Lone narrow board* 1. Jewel S. Aloft 4. Fall to follow ault when abl* 5. Article of food (. Noblewoman 7. Alternative conjunction f. Twitching . Ship of th* desert It. Captivated 11. Ml It. By one'* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 August 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGfe THREE DANCE GIVEN HERE FOR FRATERNITY MEN AND GUESTS F MANY COLLEGES ARE REPRESENTED AT FUNCTION Banners of many colleges and universities were displayed and stu- dents of the schools represented when the Fraternity club of Pampa erttertained with n farewell dance Thursday evening from to 12 o'clock at the Schneider hotel. Many of the students will be leaving for col- lege again in about two weeks. Characteristic, of college dances, Uie event was semi-formal, and all dances were tag." Stafford's Rhythm Kings furnished lively mu- sic for the occasion. T. P. Duncan, Clyde Fatlieree, and Clifford Braly II made up the com- mittee in charge of the dance. Among the many schools repre- sented were Harvard, S. M. U„ Tex- as Technological college, Oklahoma A. & M„ Cumberland university, • Vanderbilt, and the state universi- ties of Texas, Oklahoma, California, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, and Washington. There are about f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 August 1931

I- PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1931. o! i 7 1 I I i i I f i H ! i i I 1 & X I l i Classified Advertising Rates Information All Want Ada are strictly cam tad are accepted over the phone *ith the positive underatandlnc that the account U to be paid when our collector call*. raoifl TOUB WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our eourteoua ad-taker will receive your Want-Ad, helping jrou wore n. All Ada (or "Situation Want* ed," "Loet and Found" are cash with order and will not be ac- oepted over telephone. Out-of-Town advertMng, caab with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ada under appropriate headings and io revise or withhold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be given In time for correction be- fore second insertion. In case of any error or an omission In advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advertising. NEWS-POST LOC...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 August 1931

FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 21, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE P1VB 13 • i) I • I) these da> c ie. i 61931 scnvi NEA E IN? ready to do harm to nn\ - MABEL MCELLIOTT > i aTODAY I said, "I think so. We've got both , two men into a police car. Officer n.nviV™ ' daughter of |birds trusted up in the garage. Tliev i McHugh was busy bossing them. He (/Asa IIAKKL l r, an aetrpss, meets ... . . „ . . . M - | expected to mak° a getaway ""d " ,ovp ,vlth RO-1 found they had a flat and were BARD, handsome man of the world, j tinkering with it when we got here. Cass liefs; Liane not to have any- The old woman won't talk Tliev thing to do with hlni, without ex-'^ant to kill her for falling asleep plaining why. MURIEL I.AD1). de- on them." The man laughed, butante who shares Lite's duties at Llano inquired feebly. "Where am the theater box office at Willow Stream, L. I., professes to be in love with a reporter, CHUCK DES- MOND. Later she announces her engagement to Kobard and Liane tries to forget ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 August 1931

k PAtUE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1931.. i % i i, if l 1 I' m ■< t GIVEN ELEVEN TO LOOSEN UP HARVESTERS GO TO FOOTBALL TRAINING CAMP HOPE.TO WHIP TEAM IN GOOb SHAPE DURING STAV ON RANCH fairly fifty husky Pampa high f boys pitched camp at the 1M Davis ranch near LeFors last night to undergo ten days of In- tensive conditioning. They had their first workout yes- jrday afternoon, consisting of flt- I suits and loosening muscles. [Inning today, there will be two tlce sessions daily, each with Ki, easing energy. Coach Odus [Itchell told Tiie POST last night he would waste no time with _ Mentials, but would plunge SM Into signal practices and dum- scrimmage. He anticipates comparatively llt- tfc trouble with the line, where vet- erans will appear. He expects to rPooi from center to end, put- the giant Clovis Oreen, fresh- Otan in that position. Several re- tves will be fighting for a change tho forward wall. Ohastain and Martlndale arc steady regulars for the b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 August 1931

/ / / / / // // // />/// / //, - V* FHIDAY Mon:;::;c, /tj-.-j /r •••, PAMIW PiiOKNING r?OJT PAGE BBVKN THiS CURIOUS WORLD FIRST TILT OF MAIBOPINS^S Not' ONLY 0oee HOLES IHHOOoH LSAO, 6oI F'ifAO HAKP£R AlU?yz? t'AOV ("J pENEfRAlE.... BOSTON BREAKS TIE IN 10TH INNING FOR VICTORY BOSTON, Mass., Aug. 20. i/W—The Pittsburgh Pirates opened a series with the Braves today by splitting u double-header. the Braves winning the first game in 10 innings behind the fine pitching of Ed Brandt, and Pic Traynor furnishing the Winning margin by his hitting in the night- cap whch the Prates took, 5 to 4. Ed Brandt hung up his sixteenth victory of the season in the opener. First Game *7 • Pittsburgh— L. Waner, cf Grantham, lb. Piet, 2b Traynor, 3b. P. Waner, rf. Comorosky, If. .. Phillips, c Thevenow, ss. ... Kremer, p .2 2xSankey 1 Osborn, p. ... 0 Swetonic, p. 0 AB R H O A E o o o, i o; 0 0 o*.o o| o o o*; o o j o o o 1 o Totals 33 1 4 29 10 2 x—Batted out when winnjjig run scored. A 2x—Batted for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 August 1931

PAGE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1931. a i i I ii '*• M In | ft H U, f! IS ■>, ; k: Ifj a s & M ■ f |. ii i 1 A s Ell Mernlng Edition of Um ramp* OtUy Nivi THE PAMPA MORNING POST MBOBl OP THE ASSOCIATED PRSHS-PUll LctMd Win PtMlafaad mornings axcept Sunday and Monday b* Um Nunn-Wamn SBKEw oompanj. Ml Wat Foster, jtopaTTwaa General Manager luslneas Manager Managing Editor .. Advertising Manager DAVID M. WARREN IT 8. (BOB) BRABHEARS OLXN E. HINKLE PHILIP R. POND Um Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use far publication m io news dupMches credited to. or. not. otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. 411 rights lor re- jpfflP-"'— of special dispatches herein also are reserved. altered as second-class matter October 1. 110 at Um post office at Texas under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In Pampa JOB to (he PAMPA MORNmqPOST tti Combination with AMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning. Evening and Sunda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

i\ I • *• ft' • h r^i lis SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1931. i OI<33 'ellcnt practice of turning flowing gold into civic achievements in brick and stone—and no shutdown J' " -I-AMT..Viy liAnri' MCELLIOTT. MORNING POST 5? Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA ( Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 21.2 (Full AP LeaivL*wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1931. (12 PAGES) PRICE FIVE CENTS OIL GASOLINE PRICES RAISED FARM BOARD TRADES WHEAT FOR BRAZILIAN COFFEE 3 "GANGSTERS, 2 POLICEMEN SLAIN IN CHASE ACROSS N. Y. ri\ r+\ -— ■ ^ ■ ■ i ,♦> i6he/g^ueemr MIL* T It Is up to thane Harvesters, with thrlr strong community back- ing:, to hit a fast stride from the start. They have a ions schedule, headed by the Clarendon college Bronchos. Those Broncs will not ! be easy, and they arc not taking ; their opportunity lightly. * • * Talking About Us Here Is what the Clarendon NEWS sayr. fit our team: The Bronchos ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

j&y% % * 'AGS TWO v % % \ * v.-* ■ • 4r < } I* ***¥■* I «•**** ,**** <vr PAMPA MORNiNG POST SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1931 MANY SMALL PARTIES ARE GIVER BY HOSTESSES, HERE EGMIES IDE mm in Awing also enjoyed .^T INFORMAL events It Is the small party, given for a 'tnt intlnut* .friends, that has won Mtftiest favor in Pampa during the clciinf days of .this week. Either bridge cr sewing has been the di- version for the majority of ttiese event.". Mrs. N. B. Ellis entertained a few frkptfs with a bridge party Thurs- day afternoon as a courtesy to her visitor, Mrs. Trultt Butler of Ama- tiHUk At the close of the games, played in rooms prettily decorated with garden flowers, Mrs. John Olover was favored for high score. Miss Eurltha Henry for low, and Mrs. Butler was given a guest prize. An ice course was served to Mes- dames John Olover, R. L. Champion, Tom Morris, Tom Henry, W. F. Summer, Miss Euritha Henry, the honoree, and the hostess. For Auxiliary f Members of the America...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST V MABEL MCEI | IOTT BEGIN HERE TODAY I LIANE BARRETT hu been warned by her actress . mother, I CASS BARRETT, not to have any- thin* to dc with the faicinatlng VAN ROBARO. who prcfcsse* to be to love with her. MURIEL LAUD Cv- butante, 'annoiui((;s her , enci{c- ment to Van and Liane tries to for- get him. Cass is taken seriously ill I cn tour and Liane rushes to her ' side. Cats babbles in her delirium cf some mystery concerning the ffirlY birth. MRS. CLEESPAUGII, Hue's rich patroness, brings Cass, back to her Lcng Island home to recu- perate. Because she knows it will please her ir itlicr, Liane accepts CLIVE CLEESPAI GH S proposal of marriage. TRESSA LORD, hcuse guest at the Clcespacgha, dblikes Liane and tries: to break the engagement. She .connives with blackmailers but they 'Ml to succeed through the inter- vention of SHANE McDERMID, po- lice officer who befriends Liane. At a ball for the PRINCE OF SLAVARIA Liane is kidnaped....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

/ t fj I IJ ! ' | I I I fl •• i I I • i %£■: :S f I 1 [| 1, j I ' i i I I w 1 lit $£{ s f. PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1931.11# i / A / © Ht' / I' h :• g As The Builder I Am Proud of the New Combs-Worley Building I consider it one of the finest, most substantial and artistic buildngs of its kind in West Texas. It mil be a lasting monu- ment to Mrs. Worley and Mr. Combs of which all Pampa should be proud. They have shown their faith in Pampa 00 .. *. •' ' -V *Vii Ho ^,rmvsm Formal Opening Saturday, August 22 I would be glad to give estimates on your building and remodeling. No job too large. Backed by years of ex- perience in the contracting business. O. L. Boyington GENERAL CONTRACTOR Suite No. 403 Combs-Worley Bldg. Yx > Vs w *3e*i (, fr-y ✓ v. V -i ^ Us / JT vY A I •

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

Ml.t|# SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE f. I i> f ( V . I 1 I : i 9 4 • • SPAIN PROTESTS ACT i OF CUflDINAL SAENZ MADRID, Aug. 21.'aV—Spain's re- publican government today verbally but formally protested to Pope Plus, through the papal nuncia at Mad- rid, against the "grave derogatory efforts" of Cardmal Primate Pedro Segura y Saenz. Announcement of the protest was made by Foreign Minister Alejandro Lcrroux, after a secret meeting of government officials with the papal nuncio, Monsignor Federlco Tedes- chinl. The foreign minister said the nun- cio admitted the gravity of Cardi- nal Segura's acts and believed them to be "utterly foreign to his holiness' ideas." He promised to forward the protest to the Vatican, Lerroux said. The foreign minister, President Alcala Zamora, the nuncio and oth- ers declined to reveal the exact terms of the protest. "However, I wish to state that the government is greatly satisfied with the nuncio's sympathetic and com- p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

PACE SIX rnmwm™. I^miii ■I 'M ifwrni* >>• ■ N ■*s,> '" v v i-1 Her PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 191>I. Morning KllUon of the Pampa Dally NMn THE PAMPA MORNING POST ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leassd Wirt S Bandar and Mondi IB West Foster, Pampa, except Sunday and Monday by the Munn-Warran . *— Texaa M. WARRKN. (BOB) BRASHEARS. B. HINKLB R. POND General Manager Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manag< [er Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication es credited to or not otherwise credited in this local news published herein. 411 rights for re- spsclal dispatches herein also are reserved. sas'iSnx^rM'" " •' SUBSCRIPTION RATES 9r Carrier la Paatpa JON to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination with >A DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. atom and Post) —TTTvr. M (News and Post) M By Mai, Pampa and Adjoining Oeaatles 'laming and Sunday) 4.00 (Morning and Sunday) 3M . of Gray and Adjoining Conn ties tows and Post including Sunday) 7.00 N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

Saturday morning, august ??, 1931. pampa morning post page seven <> IONS TRIM SOTARIANS IN HARVESTER BENEFIT GAME SEVERAL CATCH BALL TWICE; PITCHERS CHANGED OFTEN "I reckon those Rotarians will be, cd for a while, now," gloated C. (Hub) Walker last night after ills Lions, as Mr. Walker expressed "beat their < Rotariaiifi) ears Idown!" in a 'four-hour baseball j (gome by the score of 23 to 13. Bill Bratton was the nemesis of Ithe Rotary swingers. He i|g>9ecl and ■ proved that the tale Ivy tfhjncan. [brought back from New Mexico two! I months ago about Bill's hurling I wasn't any fib. Bill was allowed to I pitch only two innings but in those two he held the Rotarians to one hit and one run. It was almost three up and three down., Besides i that. Bill noi only knockedfthe first home run of the game but1 tha Sec- I | ond and last cne. He went to bat three times and got three hits. At the end of the seventh inning, Otto Studer, H. G. Lewis and their caliber wanted Umpire Lore...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

r IIMtl * WW-WW trr" KSWFr* <¥& PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1931. - # -v;-1 u y v r TO #' . Mi 'pS I of aHL ;7l 1: far- NEWS-POST Admtlstnt to . «o- iSaSl the pally ir auSu Ml rmta. & word minimum £ ■PRum |1M minimum §1.80 2SU222 ff'lS minimum $5.40 fafe OM) Webb, as. who tad accompanied him from r bulk. KM Officer The holdup awn i prang out of concealment and opened fire. One of the (list bullet* find bored through Webb's metal shield and Into his cheat. The gunmen match- ed the payroll money from *omhoff and fled In a taxi cab. Webb died on the way to a hoepltal. Wettward scroti the Bronx the hcldup band fled. Word of the crime mi flaahed to all police stations. Emergency squads set out, the sir- ens of their cars screaming the alarm In many residence streets. will be wm mm EXTRA imOE two-room furnished oottage. Bills paid. Inquire 718 N. > FOR RXNT—Nlee two-room furn- ished oottage. Bills paid. Inquire | Tll lfttth BWjfr*. 3p At EsjK. oath street...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

SECTION TWO PAMPA MORNING POST COMBS-WORLEY SECTION (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1931. "First in Pampa' • ) MAGKIFICEHT CpMBS-WOILEY B||LDIHCI OPENS SATBftlAV Visitors Day Will Bring Hundreds to Pampa for Auctions and Stunts City Is Proud of This Fine Office Building Gave City Biggest Structure R BETTER CITY N NT I) V I vy-.. « 4 : 'V; ■'4 I TERRAPIN DERBY WILL BE HELD AS WELL t AS AUCTION Visitors' day in Pampa today will greatly Increase me number of persons who will attend the formal « opening cf tJit' new five-story I Combs-Worley office building. ' The big pair of elevators will cn- . able an unusually large number of persons to bo through this beautiful structure. It is virtually full on ev- ery floor, and llic tenants will be Kind to welcome out-of-town guests. There is added interest to many in the fact that the builders, Mis. P. A. Worley and Albert Combs, are longtime residents oi this section. Auctioning Is Free The first f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

fAGC TWO PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, Demonstration Club Women Enable Their Families to Live at Home (By The Associated Press Panhandle-PlJUns farmers are go-i to live at home Oils winter, j 40d they may be able to Iced some i Of their destitute neighbors. The acreage oI gardens in this section has been Increased 60 per cent, according to estimates made\ by farm agents, and everything is, being canned for winter use. There j will be less waste of foodstuffs' — _____ grown on the farm than in any for- I R. Kaufman's third architectural mer year. achievement on Pami 's ' million- There has been no slump in the i dollar row." demand for fruit Jars, lids, caps, j The architect designed and super- cans. rubbers. cooking utensils and intended construction of the court- pressure cookers In the average j house, opened April, 1930, and the Kaufman Designs Many of City's Best Buildings The Combs-Worley building is W. town in this territory. On the other hand, merchants repo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

*1 • 1931 SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 19.11. PAMPA MORNING POST PACK THRU ORLEYBULHNG rogress of Pampa mm FORMAL OPENING —Photo By Fred's Studio. SATURDAY AUGUST, 22 -Photo By Fred's Studio. Mrs. P. A. Worley The Entire City of Pampa Extends A Hearty Welcome to You-Saturday IsVisitors Day. Gome Early Saturday Morning and Meet Your Friends at the New Building. 'lKik) by Frodjis Studio, i; J.- BOB^P Hir.g Managed YING THE BUILDING INVITE YOU TO VISIT THEM 0 0 Dr. H. H. Hicks, DDS, Dentist Suite No. 312-313 ^ FOURTH FLOOR M. P. Downs, Insurance Agency Suite No. 401-402 0. L Boyington, Gen. Contractor Suite No. 403 C. C. Alexander. Guy Saunders, and H. E. Saunders E. E. Reynolds, X M. Dodson • Suite No. 405-406 Stuckey Construction Company Suite No. 407 S. D. Stennis, L E. Duncan, Neal Powers, and J. V. Osborne Suite No. 408-409 Mrs. P. A. Worley, Albert Combs Suite No. 410 J. R. Roby, Accountant and Building Manager Suite No. 412 • FIFTH FLOOR W. R. Kaufman & Son Architects Suite ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 August 1931

f , t i f . | hi 1 si i PAGI FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1981 International Sunday School Lesson BY DR. J. E. NUNN InUnutianal Sunday School Leison for Aug. S3, 1931. General topic, "A Gospel For All Men." Scripture lesson, Acts 11:5-18. Acta 11:5. I was in the city of Joppa praying: and In a trance I taw a vision, a certain vessel de- scending, as it were a great sheet Jet down from heaven by four cor- ners; and It came even unto me: 6. Upon which when I had fast- ened mine eyes, I considered, and saw the four-footed beasts of the earth and wild beasts and creeping things and birds of the heaven. 7. And I heard also a voice saying unto me, Rise, Peter; kill and eat. 8. But I said, Not so, Lord: for nothing common or unclean hath ever entered into my mouth. 9. But a voice answered the sec- ond time out of heaven, What God hath cleansed, make not thou com- mon. 10. And this was done thrice: and all were drawn up again Into hea- ven. 11. And behold, forthwith ...

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